Lottie Moss is crazy online!
And, well, she’s actually not online anymore. Because she melted too hard, it neutralized her Twitter account after thousands of users responded to her! WONDERFUL!! Supermodel and fashion icon Kate MossHis half-sister received an incredible amount of tweets on Wednesday after the younger Moss weighed in on the nepo baby controversy.
If you don’t pay attention, New York Magazine recently published a cover story about how many rising stars of Hollywood are the children of the already famous, rich and well-connected. The nepotism enjoyed by “nepo babies” has been a point of contention on Twitter for days. And Kate’s 24-year-old sister – also a model, famous years after Kate’s boom – has taken on that much criticism!
It all started midday on Wednesday when Lottie hit the social media app to post a series of tweets. Regarding the magazine story and the ensuing outrage, the young star wrote:
“I’m sick of people blaming nepotism for why they’re not rich, famous or successful — it’s clearly unfair that people from famous families shouldn’t be. get promoted for that but guess what? Life is not fair – if you put your mind to something, you can achieve anything! So instead of being negative about other people’s success, try to create your own!”
Saying “life isn’t fair” from an extremely privileged position isn’t necessarily a good way of looking at it! And, yes, it’s easy to “get anything done” when you’re off to an amazingly good start.
Fans called her to the curb to perform IMMEDIATELY! And once Lottie started fuming in the comments, she used her platform to respond:
“Have I ever said that nepotism is not a great advantage? Obviously yes but if you don’t have that advantage then it’s not okay to abuse people with that advantage on social media.”
And she replied:
“Obviously I’m grateful that I’ve had opportunities where I haven’t been distorted”
Aaaaaaa and she kept digging her own grave:
“And I’m privileged for many other reasons and like I said, I’m grateful for all of it but it doesn’t make any sense to speak ill of others for it.”
Girl, just SIGN OUT! The initial implementation is terrible. There is no return from there. It’s tone deaf and refute! Time to shut down Twitter and get out for a while!! But as you can see (below), she can’t let things slide:
And then she disappeared!! After seeing her tweets not being received by fans on the social app, Lottie deactivated her account. Goodbye!! Users also notice it immediately. As you can see (below), everyone is overjoyed at Lottie’s passing:
Like the moss lottie clock gone pic.twitter.com/awkL8AO2MORE
— H. (@HALUSTHEORY) December 22, 2022
LOTTIE MOSS has been deactivated… pic.twitter.com/heSQBpZABu
— ???? (@juueyun) December 22, 2022
Lottie Moss deactivated her twitter account pic.twitter.com/8wXDzntuIe
– Anthony Dominic (@alloveranthony) December 22, 2022
damn even nepotism can’t make you successful pic.twitter.com/FfYnWcOCW0
— jess???? (@chiliconcarrot) December 21, 2022
She actually said pic.twitter.com/OGgZiS5I6B
– Raw lemon (@lemoninbasket) December 22, 2022
And then the floodgates opened! Other Twitter users commented on how the model’s act of “pulling herself up with the booty” was deaf in the first place:
“living proof that nepotism and name recognition bring not expertise, wisdom or intelligence, but mediocrity and shame.”
“I want to say this honestly: you have to put the phone down for a while.”
“How embarrassing will your claim for fame make this tweet”
“I can understand why you think nepotism is not a big advantage because Kate Moss is your sister and you haven’t done anything about it yet.”
“lottie moss is mad that she wasn’t in the nyt article because even her own nepotism doesn’t make her relevant enough to make the article… sad!”
“I would be very sad if this site goes away because the way it breaks the minds of the rich and gives them a place to post about it is truly unparalleled.”
“Lottie Moss was terminated the same day people found out she existed”
Like we said, they went in!
What do you think, readers of Perezcious?? Turn OFF the sound when you take on the role of Lottie and all this nepo drama in the comments (below)…